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A federal judge dismissed a lawsuit stating that an Arizona credit union retaliated against a former executive for allegedly informing an NCUA chief examiner that he was being pressured to report inaccurate financial forecasts that would have inflated future earnings.

But U.S District Court Judge Jennifer G. Zipps in Phoenix ruled last month that the $293 million AEA Federal Credit Union in Yuma fired its former vice president of accounting and finance, Michael Dunton, for a legitimate, non-retaliatory reason – his poor performance.

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